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We had a wonderful day learning about this unique and special city. Our guide was well informed and very personable.
Our guide could not have been better. He took the time to listen to our interests and customized our visit accordingly. His English was great, and he was extremely knowledgable. It was like visiting a town a good friend. We came away with so much information about Bahia. It's a much richer country than we ever imagined. Also, if you're interested in taking time to have lunch, do it! We went to a great restaurant recommended by our guide and had a terrific conversation with him over lunch.
A good tour, maybe can add a one or two locations instead of going to the traditional market.
This was a culturally fulfilling experience. I learned quite a bit about Salvador's history and it's ties to the African continent. It is a breathtakingly beautiful place and a must do if you visit Brazil. So rich in African music, foods and culture. I will be back. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke good English.
Josuel Olafemi Tours was excellent. Deeply knowledgeable, flexible, warm, friendly, and enthusiastic about Salvador was the best guide anyone could hope for. Josuel picked us up at our hotel and began the tour by taking us to a site by the shore dedicate to Yemaja. From there, to the lake and the Orixa statutes, an extensive tour of Pelourinho, and Sao Joaquim market. He took us also to a terreiro and we had an amazing improptu chat 30 minutes! with a candomble priest who has given several lectures at top US universities! We finished the tour at a local family restaurant eating feijoada and pichichanga. This is the tour to take if you want not only an inside look into the culture of Salvador, but also have a guide that will accommodate you and answer your every question.
Our guide Marcos spends time at the gym and apparently worked and lived in London. His English is very good and he knows the city of Salvador well. The tour is complete but Marcos could have put in some more legwork in pointing the interesting bits at the San Francisco Convent, for example. Instead he took us in and then just left us wander around on our own. This also happened at the main square.